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Q: CMD elevation

I'm trying to do a ipconfig/flushdns. It wouldn't work. So i ran cmd.exe as an administrator, and it worked just fine. However, i found the fact that I had to do this a bit annoying, since i'm already an administrative user. I looked at the file permissions for cmd.exe and i noticed that the user "trustedinstaller" had more rights than administrator did, who had the same rights as the average user. How do I go about changing my access rights to those simmilar to trustedinstaller, or just change my classification to trustedinstaller all together? I don't want to have to find cmd.exe and run it as an admin, every time I want to do anything that might be "unwanted."

Would it be easier if i disabled windows defender?

Also, I would like to change it so that when I right click .html files, they open in firefox, but I would like the "edit" option to be notepad. I know how to do this in xp, and I know how to change overall file association in vista, but how do I change just the edit option in vista?

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Preferred Solution: CMD elevation

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A: CMD elevation

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I have seen this question asked before and attempted a few solutions. Fixing computer problems is not my forte and I would really like an easy to followed solution. I have downloaded the program Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2. It has converted most of my files to OpenOffice.org XML 1.0 Spreadsheet. When I first downloaded them and was able to open some they would only open as spreadsheet files, OpenOffice calc. Now all I get is the above message.
I'm not wishing to make myself unwelcomed as a new comer but I have found things becoming more and more complicated and not as easily fixed since moving from Windows 7. Unfortunately, for me, when I purchased my current laptop it came with W8 which I managed to cope with only just. When W10 came along I was drawn in by the online recommendations and went along with the upgrade.
A friend of mine who knows a lot more about computers than I do has stayed with Windows 7 because of all the reports that are circulating about the problems. He has helped me out with a download that I purchased and was not able to install with Windows 10 by using his Windows 7. He has also downloaded and is using Apache OpenOffice without any problems.
I would just like some help to sort out these problems which Windows 10, I'm sorry to say, seems to be creating. It's getting to the stage where I'll be needing an outside Technician to come help me out which is not what I would prefer

A:The requested elevation requires elevation

Hi easily confused,

I did some checking, and it looks as if it might be a permission error. See HERE for details.

Also, if you are unable to get that sorted out, there is the option of using a replacement program called LibreOffice. See HERE to compare the two.

Hang in there with Win-10 as these bugs will resolve in time and sooner or later. The one thing that might help might be to do a clean install, rather than a basic upgrade. See HERE.

b1rd

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I have seen this question asked before and attempted a few solutions. Fixing computer problems is not my forte and I would really like an easy to followed solution. I have downloaded the program Apache OpenOffice 4.1.2. It has converted most of my files to OpenOffice.org XML 1.0 Spreadsheet. When I first downloaded them and was able to open some they would only open as spreadsheet files, OpenOffice calc. Now all I get is the above message.
I'm not wishing to make myself unwelcomed as a new comer but I have found things becoming more and more complicated and not as easily fixed since moving from Windows 7. Unfortunately, for me, when I purchased my current laptop it came with W8 which I managed to cope with only just. When W10 came along I was drawn in by the online recommendations and went along with the upgrade.
A friend of mine who knows a lot more about computers than I do has stayed with Windows 7 because of all the reports that are circulating about the problems. He has helped me out with a download that I purchased and was not able to install with Windows 10 by using his Windows 7. He has also downloaded and is using Apache OpenOffice without any problems.
I would just like some help to sort out these problems which Windows 10, I'm sorry to say, seems to be creating. It's getting to the stage where I'll be needing an outside Technician to come help me out which is not what I would prefer

A:The requested elevation requires elevation

Hi easily confused,

I did some checking, and it looks as if it might be a permission error. See HERE for details.

Also, if you are unable to get that sorted out, there is the option of using a replacement program called LibreOffice. See HERE to compare the two.

Hang in there with Win-10 as these bugs will resolve in time and sooner or later. The one thing that might help might be to do a clean install, rather than a basic upgrade. See HERE.

b1rd

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yo shawn,

d'you know a cmd command for direct elevation instead of right-click>run as admin?

A:cmd elevation

Our tutorial on the subject. Seven and Vista would be the same

Elevated Command Prompt - Windows 7 Forums

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Tried logging in as a "non-admin" to a domain, and there are a lot of things that I can and can't do.

I can change IP settings, enable/disable NIC's, run an nslookup, but I can't run ipconfig /flushdns. Apparently I need to be elevated to run a flushdns.

I am not even given the option to enter a username/password.

I got this message trying to run a CMD window as the local administrator:

Attempting to start CMD as user "MEDIA-PC\administrator" ...
RUNAS ERROR: Unable to run - CMD
1311: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request.

How can there not be a logon server, when I am ON the "server" (aka local machine)...
 

A:elevation

The local "administrator" is disabled by default. You can "Run as administrator" with a different account that has local administrator privileges.
 

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I've got an Elevation Case 219 and I just can't open it. I don't know how to! Please help me!
 

A:Elevation Case

Can't find much but is it a screwless design. Most of those open by removing the front face panel first, just a guess. Oops sorry, found a review of one, the side panel comes off without removing the front, you will just have to work at it and find the combination of which way to slide it.

[Edited by brianF on 04-11-2001 at 05:14 PM]
 

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i tried to install poser 7 from CD on my new vista machine and it tells me the exe needs to be elevated. it gave me a message that it did compatibility to it for the next time i ran it but i still get the problem. how would i fix this stupid problem?

A:Poser 7 elevation?

Hello jyaku,

Welcome to Vista Forums.

Right click on the install file/properties/compatibility tab. See if 'run as administrator' is checked. If not check it. If this is an older version, you could also try running in compatibility mode for XP.

Hope this helps. Please keep us posted.

Gary

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I am trying to write a simple script that will check to see if a domain user is a member of the local administrators group, and if not, add that user.

I am currently doing this manually by doing a "runas" command to run MMC as a user that already has local admin rights, and then add the actual user (whose account is on the domain) to the local admin group, then have them log off and logon again to make the changes take effect.

Here is what I am looking to have the script do:

run from the command line
gather domain name and user name of locally logged in user
have a "hard-coded" username of a user that already has local admin rights
prompt for the password of the "hard-coded" username (but not show the actual username on the prompt)
elevate the local domain/user to be a member of the local administrators group
prompt the user to log off and back on to make the changes take effect.

Can this be done with a simple batch/cmd file, or would it require WSH/VBS?

Thanks in advance!
 

A:elevation script

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Hi.

I'm new to w7. I've set up and use a standard account. When I try to do certain operations such as run System Monitor to see why my usb drive won't eject, I get the message, "Operation requires elevation." When I right-click the command prompt and select "Run as administrator" I get the same message instead of being prompted to enter the admin password. What can I do to get around this?

A:Operation requires elevation

Do you have an administrator user available? Or just the one "standard" user account?

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I have been trying to mod my system's appearance by installing dlls that came with a theme I found online. I ended up renaming Imageres.dll to Imageres.dll-bak...however after I did that I can no longer push yes or no when prompted by UAC. The actual window doesn't show up at all. All it says is that I need admin rights to do whatever it is I'm trying to do, but then doesn't show the yes or no or password thing. So I can't change it back, and can't put any new files in that folder since I can't get administrator priviledges to do so.

I also tried doing a system restore but I then got a 8x80004005 error and can't even do that.. I'm about to try enabling the built-in administrator account and see if I can make the changes there but I'm afraid to log out so I'm making this post now. Can anyone help me out?

Edit: Seems I can't even enable the built in administrator account because I can't open an elevated command prompt =/

A:Cannot respond to UAC elevation prompts

If you haven't already, see if you may be able to do a system restore at boot instead.

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Hi

I'm looking for a way to disable the elevation prompt without disabling UAC.

My problem is that when I change the setting in Administrative Tools/Security Settings/Local Security Policy/Account control: Behaviour of the elevation of prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode to Elevate without prompting, User Account Control is immediately turned 'off' - Beats me!

I'm running Vista x86 Ultimate, as administrator.

Cheers

Moniker

A:UAC Elevation Prompt Problem

Hi MonikerDeedpole

Give this a try.

User Account Control (UAC) - Elevate Privilege Level

Hope it's what you are looking for.

Later, Ted

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I've been running Windows 8 x64 on an HP ENVY H8-1445 desktop for a couple of months. I have Start8 (Start button plus boot to desktop) and ModernMix (run modern apps in windows) installed to make it bearable. UAC is set at the minimum level (I build live CDs with WinBuilder and it needs to have UAC as off as it gets).

About two weeks ago, without any apparent event that triggered it, installation programs started failing. The problem was elevation; they couldn't do it. E.g. if I downloaded a file and told the browser to run it it would fail immediately. This happens in all IE, Opera, and Chrome. If I download the file and save it then run it as administrator it works fine.

There must be a setting somewhere that governs this, but I sure can't find it.

A:Programs can't request elevation

See here, maybe it will help: Disable UAC completely

I use the Rexx programming language which mostly runs via Command Prompt. Without the above change, every time I tried to run it, it would open a separate Command Prompt window then close it as soon as it finished. Made the registry change mentioned in the above link and all works well now.

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Hello,
My brother burned me a cd, copy, when I insert it this message comes up. "Error Executing File" E:\setup exe - the requested operation requires elevation. Can any one tell me how to make this cd work on my vista home premium??
Thanks
RonnieB

A:Operation Requires Elevation

Try right click on the setup.exe and run as administrator.

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Hey everyone,

I have a program that requires admin approval to run. However, I would like this program to be used by a power user account, instead of an admin account. I cannot have the admin elevation asking to elevate w/ password every time, as I may not be available when the user attempts to use the program.

Is there a way to prevent the elevation from happening without making the program fall apart?

The program is PTPublisher, if curious. I should also mention that this is a client computer on a network.

Thanks for any help!

A:remove admin elevation for program

Hello Dusty,

If you like, you could use the tutorial below to create an elevated shortcut that any user could run elevated without getting a UAC prompt.

Elevated Program Shortcut - Create for Standard User

Hope this helps.

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Hello,

I have an application that is run from the command line. I cannot get the application to run without error unless I run as administrator. I have two newer versions of the same application that run just fine and do not require administrator. The differences in the code between the versions are not extensive and I can't figure out why the old version needs elevation to administrator to run. These applications were built with gnu cpp and don't have a manifest. The application is actually two binaries that communicate through shared memory. There is a parent process that launches a child process, passes data to the child, and receives data back. I don't know what this would have to do with anything because the versions that work do the same thing as the versions that don't.

Can anyone here shed any light on reasons why windows 7 would require administrator and possible work-arounds?

LMHmedchem

A:why does windows 7 require elevation to administrator?

For security reasons Windows requires admin privileges to access many system resources. This has been a feature of the NT platform since the beginning. Each new version of Windows has tightened up security to meet the demands of the world of today. That creates some issues for applications designed for older operating systems, particularly when running with a non admin account. Needed resources that were accessible on older systems can no longer be accessed without an admin level account. Newer applications were designed for the more modern tightened security and they run as expected. They may not with a future OS.

Workarounds, if any, will depend on the details of the situation.

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Hi, just found a problem with UAC and programs unnecessarily requesting elevation.

When any program shows an UAC prompt, and I DO NOT want to elevate it, but run anyway (as my current user instead of switching to an admin account), how can I do? Entering my admin user/passwords elevates it and canceling the prompt don't runs the program at all directly.

Any clues how can do that?
Thanks.

A:Prevent UAC elevation for a program requesting it

Hello Alejandro,

If a program requires elevation to be able to run, then there's not any way to run it un-elevated.

As a workaround, you could use the tutorial below to create a shortcut to allow your standard user to run the program elevated without having to enter the password.

Elevated Program Shortcut - Create for Standard User

Hope this helps some,
Shawn

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For those of you who find elevation prompts annoying, this may be of interest:

Q: How do I stop a legacy app from triggering UAC

A:Eliminate installation elevation response

The Local Group Policy Editor is not available on all versions of windows. but thanks anyway.

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On a Win7 ultimate system (svc pack 1), when I try to open any file in the my documents folder I get an error message that says that this operation "needs elevation".

So I picked one particular file that I couldn't open and I looked at the owner in the security tab. Indeed the owner was not set to me. It was set to "Administrator". Although I'm logged in as an administrator, my login has my name in it, so this was not me. (I don't see any other user accounts however). So anyway I go ahead and change the owner to me. If I cancel and go back in thru properties I see that this worked. (i.e. I am now listed as the owner of this file). However windows still will not allow me to open the file (same error messages). I have the permissions set to "Everyone", and all the permissions are checked. (I do this to allow full file sharing, even with non Windows 7 computers). I've tried playing with various permissions, but everything I see is checked. Why is windows still so insistant that I shouldn't open this file?

By the way, I tried copying the file to another drive. Windows allows that, but again I can't open it. Then I deleted this copy, which windows did without complaint. I'm dumbfounded. Windows thinks it's perfectly acceptable for me to have rights to delete a file that I have no right to even look at.

By the way, I have run Malwarebytes and Superantispyware. Both found and fixed a few problems, but still this needs elevation problem remains.

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A:Needs elevation (the usual fix doesn't work)

I thought I should add that I just tried changing my "User Account Control" to the lowest notch (never notify). However I still get the dreaded "Needs elevation" warning just the same.

I also verifed that the files in question are still good. I can copy these files to another computer and they open just fine there.

I hope there is a solution short of reloading the operating system, since that will be painful and quite time consuming.

~Paul

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Hiya

This patch is a cumulative patch that includes the functionality of
all security patches released to date for IIS 5.0, and all patches
released for IIS 4.0 since Windows NT(r) 4.0 Service Pack 5. A
complete listing of the patches superseded by this patch is provided
below, in the section titled "Additional information about this
patch". Before applying the patch, system administrators should take
note of the caveats discussed in the same section

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms01-044.asp
Regards

eddie
 

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What on earth does this error code mean? Well, I know what it means but has anyone got a non-technical fix? How do I elevate myself?

A:Error 740 code - requires elevation

hi you may need to right click and choose run as administrator

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Hiya

A privilege elevation vulnerability exists in the way that Microsoft Windows starts applications with specially crafted file manifests. This vulnerability could allow a logged on user to take complete control of the system

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 for Itanium-based Systems

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/ms06-075.mspx

Regards

eddie
 

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I just formatted my laptop, and I no longer have elevation prompts. Before formatting, I looked up how to get the elevation prompts and found a command that I entered in the cmd window, which automatically set the elevation prompts.

Does anyone know what this command is? I have tried the regedit method (it worked but I still didn't have permissions to just change the name of a certain folder for some reason, [before formatting, it worked perfectly, but through the one-time command entered in the cmd window]) and there is no secpol.msc in home premium.

My user is an administrator, but it doesn't have the full administrative features. Before formatting I could do anything by entering the "Real" administrator password.

Any help would be much appreciated..

A:How do I get elevation prompts on Home Premium?

Hello 3alaawi,

I'm not certain by what elevation prompts you mean.

Is this what you are wanting to do?

User Account Control (UAC) - Elevate Privilege Level

or

Take Ownership of file

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hello,

I have made myself a member of the local administrators group. I have a script I run on all my WinXP and Win7 machines that connects to my office's VPN. The VPN is a split tunnel, so my script will add the routes to other subnets in my network:

route add 192.168.x.x mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.x.x

As I said, in WinXP and Win7 this works fine, but in Win8 I receive this error:

"The requested operation requires elevation"

I don't want the end user to have to right click on the file and 'Run As Administrator' since the script also takes advantage of user specific environment variables such as %appdata%.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

TB

A:The requested operation requires elevation

I am not sure if this would be applicable for your case, but Task Scheduler can solve your problem.

Just add a task for your script, select "Run as Administrator", enter your credentials and it will run it silently with no popups with admin rights.

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Is vista compatible with office 2003? I am trying to install office 2003 and get "The requested operation required elevation"

A:The requested operation required elevation

Hi Dolphins

Did u try to install the microsoft office using the administrator mode? You can do so by right click on setup file, and choose Run As Administrator. See if that works. If it doesn't, I may suggest you get a Microsoft Office 2007




Hope this helps

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Lately, I've been experiencing a weird and new problem: Programs I run with elevation (i.e. as Administrator) have been randomly terminated. I'm not sure why this is happening. Is this a new Windows 10 security feature?

Examples: I run Process Hacker with elevation to access all its features and allow for services to be stopped, processes to be killed, etc. But Process Hacker is one of the applications that is itself being terminated somehow at seemingly random intervals. It will be running, tray icons and all, then suddenly be terminated. I won't know it has been killed until I move the mouse cursor over its tray icons, which disappear as soon as I do.

There are several other examples of programs I always run with elevation. They are all being terminated at the same time, but I'm not doing it. It's pissing me off.

Nothing jumps out at me in the event logs.

Any ideas?

A:Processes with elevation terminated randomly?

Is this a new Windows 10 security feature?



No.






Process Hacker is one of the applications that is itself being terminated



Do you have the same problem with Task Manager or Regedit?

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WTF

every operation requires UAC
and a password (why?) under a domain.

when trying to disable the uac i get: the requested operation requires elevation

tried to elevate CMD but still get this message: the requested operation requires elevation

i can't login locally because i don't have the user password.

any change to get this message out the way?

A:the requested operation requires elevation

some how log in to safe mode and disable UAC.

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I'm trying to use some of the forums advise to reconnect to my router but this has stumped me please help! Can't do a ipconfig/release ... operation requires elevation?
 

A:Can't do a ipconfig/release ... operation requires elevation?

Right click on the Command Prompt in the Start Menu, and select Run as Administrator.
 

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From:- http://www.microsoft.com/technet/tec...litySpotlight/






Script Elevation PowerToys for Windows Vista


Download the code for this article: Utility2007_06.exe (159KB)


Among the many features Windows Vista introduced to address security concerns, User Account Control (UAC) is one of the most significant. With User Account Control, even users who are administrators run most applications with standard privilege, but have "elevation potential" for specific administrative tasks and
application functions. After using Windows Vista™ for many months, elevating a task or application as necessary has become second nature. However, I also encountered a number of shortcomings when trying to elevate some types of tasks in Windows Vista, and that became frustrating.
So in the spirit of the old Windows? PowerToys, I’ve created a few Script Elevation PowerToys to overcome these limitations. You can find all of the PowerToys I’m about to discuss in the code download at technetmagazine .com/code07.aspx. And you can read about how UAC works in the November 2006 article "Achieve the Non-Admin Dream with User Account Control" by Alex Heaton (see the "Additional Resources" sidebar).

Elevate Command PowerToy

The first annoyance was that there was no method to elevate an application from the command line or from the Run dialog box. So after asking around within Microsoft, I came across a sample scri... Read more

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Hello,

Just got a home PC with Windows 8 last week. We were running a program called ExamGuard for the past week. This program basically locks your browser so you can't copy/paste or navigate away from the exam until it's completed.

Suddenly today it stopped working. When running a diagnostic, it states Requested Operation Requires Elevation.

Help! This user is the administrator. Can't figure it out and we have a test to take!

Thanks

A:Requested Operation Requires Elevation - ExamGuard

Hello Celial, and welcome to Eight Forums.

That usually means that you will need to right click on the program's shortcut and click on Run as administrator for the program to run elevated.

Run as Administrator - in Windows 8

If you like, you could probably use OPTION FIVE or OPTION SIX in the same tutorial above to always have that progam "Run as administrator" when you run it.

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Previous action history and logs on this issue can be found here. The MalwareBytes' Anti-Rootkit Tool log should illuminate the issue (second to last log).
 
DDS log and attatch log attatchment follow.
 
DDS (Ver_2012-11-20.01) - NTFS_x86
Internet Explorer: 9.0.8112.16490  BrowserJavaVersion: 10.25.2
Run by Kari at 18:04:55 on 2013-06-28
Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium   6.0.6002.2.1252.1.1033.18.1918.917 [GMT -7:00]
.
AV: avast! Antivirus *Enabled/Updated* {2B2D1395-420B-D5C9-657E-930FE358FC3C}
AV: Microsoft Security Essentials *Disabled/Updated* {3F839487-C7A2-C958-E30C-E2825BA31FB5}
SP: avast! Antivirus *Enabled/Updated* {904CF271-6431-DA47-5FCE-A87D98DFB681}
SP: Windows Defender *Disabled/Outdated* {D68DDC3A-831F-4fae-9E44-DA132C1ACF46}
SP: Microsoft Security Essentials *Disabled/Updated* {84E27563-E198-C6D6-D9BC-D9F020245508}
.
============== Running Processes ================
.
C:\Windows\system32\wininit.exe
C:\Windows\system32\lsm.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft Security Client\MsMpEng.exe
C:\Windows\system32\SLsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\AVAST Software\Avast\AvastSvc.exe
C:\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe
C:\Windows\system32\Dwm.exe
C:\Windows\Explorer.EXE
C:\Windows\system32\taskeng.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe\ARM\1.0\armsvc.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Apple\Mobile Device Support\AppleMobileDeviceService.exe
C:\Program Files\Malwarebytes\MWB\Anti-Malware\mbamscheduler.exe
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A:Infection support elevation; Rootkit problem

Hi and welcome. rkill.log was created in the root directory, usualy C:\ when the tool was ran. Post that report on your next reply Please download Farbar Recovery Scan Tool and save it to a flash drive.Note: You need to run the version compatible with your system. If you are not sure which version applies to your system download both of them and try to run them. Only one of them will run on your system, that will be the right version.Plug the flash drive into the infected PC.If you are using Windows 8 consult How to use the Windows 8 System Recovery Environment Command Prompt to enter System Recovery Command prompt.

If you are using Vista or Windows 7 enter System Recovery Options.

To enter System Recovery Options from the Advanced Boot Options:Restart the computer.As soon as the BIOS is loaded begin tapping the F8 key until Advanced Boot Options appears.Use the arrow keys to select the Repair your computer menu item.Select US as the keyboard language settings, and then click Next.Select the operating system you want to repair, and then click Next.Select your user account an click Next.Note: In case you can not enter System Recovery Options by using F8 method, you can use Windows installation disc, or make a repair disc. Any Windows installation disc or a repair disc made on another computer can be used.
To make a repair disk on Windows 7 consult: http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/2083-system-repair-disc-create.html
To enter System Recovery Options by using W... Read more

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Where I work a manager bought a /16 block of Public IP addresses and it's been used for everything in our network.

In a GPO it's set to prompt for Zone Elevation in the Local Intranet Zone part of settings.
With IE9 users never get a prompt when going from one intranet URL to the next.
But with IE11 they suddenly do. No GPO's altered (yet).
Reading
this blog I understand why it happens. And it makes sense when you use private addresses for your LAN.

Is there any way I can work around this?

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Is it possible to request elevation inside a CMD/batch file? I have a Command Script( .cmd) and one of the command require admin right to run. I am NOT looking for right-click "Run as administrator", I would like the script itself to call the UAC prompt.Thank you,

Ray

A:Request Elevation inside CMD/batch file

Hi,To elevate the permission, please refer to the following article:Windows7 elevated command prompt priviledges throug a scriptThanks,Novak

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Hey Everyone, my first time on the forums here, and hopefully i am posting in the right section!

This is going to be a bit of an in depth explanation here and i am sure i will leave stuff out that we have already tested, as i have done a fair bit of tested into what exactly is happening. Unfortunately we do not know what is causing the issue yet, which is what i am going to try and narrow down first. I will try and lay this out in as short of a way as possible so here goes.

We have a Windows 7 image that we use, and have had an issue where our main user account (which is a member of the administrators group) ends up not being able to install applications, due to what seems to be UAC not elevating. We have a second admin account we have for our own uses, and the guest/built-in administrator accouts are disabled.

We are running Windows 7 Professional x64 SP1
After an image of a machine (i think it was just sysprepped and maybe driverpacks were used) the account is fine, and it seemingly breaks "randomly" (have to narrow down when it actually happens)
UAC is disabled on all machines working and not working(all prompts disabled, i realize it is technically still enabled)
If you re-enable UAC, the installer or program will run fine with appropriate administrative rights, but if you run the application and it needs to create files to run there can be issues we run into.
When we run a installer or program from anywhere on the C: drive, the program will not have ANY ... Read more

A:Issues with admin elevation from system drive

Hey Everyone!

Just figured i would post back as to what the issue was as i THINK i just figured it out. Eventually i narrowed it down to an issue with the desktop, not necessarily the C: drive so something off in my troubleshooting there initially lol. Running the following command showed me the issue:

icacls C:\users\username\desktop

c:\users\username\desktop NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM(OI)(CI)(F)
BUILTIN\Administrators (OI)(CI)(F)
HOME-PC\username (OI)(CI)(F)
Mandatory Label\Low Mandatory Level (OI)(CI)(NW)

Do not know how it set this low mandatory level in the first place or even what it is as it is not there on working machines, but it was preventing most files from running from the desktop. Running this commands fixed it for me:

icacls C:\users\username\desktop /setintegritylevel high
then
icacls C:\users\username\desktop /setintegritylevel low

this removed the (oi) and (ci) inheritance from them, so not sure if its actually not technically active on items on the desktop now with those settings which could explain why its working... that setting must now only be active on the desktop folder itself and not its children.... i also found a utility that removes it all together from a third party called CMHL that removed it with a command line command!

Hope this helps someone else some day down the road!

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I am runing a Dell Inspiron with Vista Home. I lost connection to the internet. Other laptops and desktops on network are fine. I have tried disabling the wireless adapter and using the LAN cable with no difference in the two. After browsing the other related incidents on this forum I tried to reset the TCP/IP and Winsock. I get a request for elevation when entering the commands. Is it my formatting or is something else wrong? Here is the info from the ipconfig command:

Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6001]
Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Windows IP Configuration
Wireless LAN adapter Wireless Network Connection:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:

Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
IPv4 Address. . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.108
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 6:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 7:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 11:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :

Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* 12:

Media State . . . . . . . . . . . : Media disconnected
Connection-specific DNS Suffix... Read more

A:Solved: IP stack reset asks for elevation

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Hello,
I'm with security issue CVE-2020-1472 | Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability and the following occurs to me:

I'm having trouble starting to collect events 5827-5831
I have installed the August 2020 update on a DC Microsot Windows Server 2012 R2 to start the event collection, and no events appear, even when logging in with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 without the August update.

I have set the FullSecureChannelProtection registry key to 1, and from a server with Microsoft Windows Server 2012 without the August 2020 update I can login without problems.

No events appear in the security log and I can login without problems with FullSecureChannelProtection at 1. I don't understand where the problem is. Can anyone give me any clues?

sorry for my english
Thanks

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I use a HP Compaq LA2205wg in my work place. Stand elevation mechanism is loose. Here is the description:When I elevate the monitor, by gently pulling up themonitor through the sledge, it will not stay there,will come down immediately.If I'm susccessful to convince to monitor to stay up by careful handling, it will again obey the gravity when the desk is shaken or there is a slight touch to the monitor.  There is not enough friction in the elevation mechanism. I cannot find guidelines or a video to fix this problem. Can you help?

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Looking for some explainataion here. I've have through local (yes local not domain) group policy configured the allowed bad logon attempts to 3, requiring an administrator to unlock.  But i have noticed that when i trigger the UAC elevation
prompt for consent, it triggers a bad logon attempt (evt id 4625) on all user accounts. potentially leading to locking out all acounts if its three times within the period.
Could someone enlightment me on the interworkings of UAC and why it attempts logons on all accounts? and if i'm lucky, how to make it stop?

Update: the events don't seem to get created for elevating a cmd prompt with "run as administrator" or opening up the event viewer. They do get created with add/remove user accounts and setup parental controls.

A:UAC Consent Elevation Prompt Causing Account Lockouts

HI,
Our Dev team has considered this issue to be worthy of getting fixed in windows8 and it has already been filed for windows 8.
To fix this issue in windows 7 ,  I am not sure whether it will be considered or not for windows 7.  hope you are understanding.
Best regards, Jason Mei Please remember to click ?Mark as Answer? on the post that helps you, and to click ?Unmark as Answer? if a marked post does not actually answer your question. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.

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Hi everyone,
Our Nessus scanner detected the following vulnerability :


Description
<section>

The version of Microsoft Malware Protection Signature Update Stub (MpSigStub.exe) installed on the remote Windows host is prior to 1.1.16200.1. It is, therefore, affected by a elevation of privilege vulnerability which could allow an attacker who successfully
exploited this vulnerability to elevate privileges on the system.

</section>
Solution
<section>

Enable automatic updates to update the scan engine for the relevant antimalware applications. Refer to Knowledge Base Article 2510781 for information on how to verify that MMPE has been updated.

</section>
Plugin Output
<section>
Product : Microsoft Malware Protection Signature Update Stub
Path : C:\Windows\System32\MpSigStub.exe
Installed version : 1.1.15000.2
Fixed version : 1.1.16200.1
</section>
I don't understand how to fix that issue, is there any patches ?
Regards,
Lucas

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I have a Windows 7 machine with two users, a regular user and an administrator user (not the built-in account). I want to disallow login to the desktop for the administrator user, but still allow it's credentials to be used at UAC elevation prompts. I
tried adding that administrator user to the "Deny logon locally" local security policy, but that did not work. The policy not only disallowed that administrator user from logging in to a desktop, but also from approving elevation requests. Any help
would be greatly appreciated.

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Hiya

The Windows Redirector is used by a Windows client to access files,
whether local or remote, regardless of the underlying network
protocols in use. For example, the "Add a Network Place" Wizard or
the NET USE command can be used to map a network share as a local
drive, and the Windows Redirector will handle the routing of
information to and from the network share.

A security vulnerability exists in the implementation of the
Windows Redirector on Windows XP because an unchecked buffer is
used to receive parameter information. By providing malformed data
to the Windows Redirector, an attacker could cause the system to
fail, or if the data was crafted in a particular way, could run
code of the attacker's choice.
Maximum Severity Rating: Important

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows XP

Download locations for this patch

Windows XP:
32-bit Edition

64-bit Edition

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms03-005.asp

Regards

eddie
 

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Hiya

The Network Connection Manager (NCM) provides a controlling
mechanism for all network connections managed by a host system.
Among the functions of the NCM is to call a handler routine
whenever a network connection has been established.

By design, this handler routine should run in the security context
of the user. However, a flaw could make it possible for an
unprivileged user to cause the handler routine to run in the
security context of LocalSystem, though a very complex process.
An attacker who exploited this flaw could specify code of his or
her choice as the handler, then establish a network connection
in order to cause that code to be invoked by the NCM. The code
would then run with full system privileges.

Maximum Severity Rating: Critical

Affected Software:

Microsoft Windows 2000

Download locations for this patch
Microsoft Windows 2000:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/Release.asp?ReleaseID=41406

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/treeview/default.asp?url=/technet/security/bulletin/ms02-042.asp

Regards

eddie
 

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My wife's pc has always smoothly updated and installed windows and java updates. I now get the error message, unable to launch the java update installer the requested operation requires elevation.

Searching these forums I found information regarding user account permissions and followed an instruction to right click on the the java icon I located in the start button Search line and clicked run as administator and the black window flashed on the screen. Then I tried to install the update, but same error message. Any help appreciated.
Thank you.
G
 

A:Solved: Unable to launch the java update installer requires elevation

For help, please post the exact error message(s) you are seeing.
You can also try this webpage to update java, use the "verify now" link in the Windows section

http://www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp

.
 

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Hi
With this latest vulnerability, i need some clarification about what exactly is a "Non-Compliant Device".
In the KB articles definition, A non-compliant device is one that uses a vulnerable Netlogon secure channel connection.
So that means, lets say you have a Windows machine, that has not been patched correctly, and still uses vulnerable netlogon connection.
So once the DC is patched for this vulnerability, what will happen to this Windows machine?
Will it get denied connection and be reported in event ID: 5827/5828?
Or will it be allowed connection, as it is technically a non-compliant device based on the definition, as it is using vulnerable netlogon connection? And be logged under event ID: 5829?

The other question i have is for the use of the GPO policy: "Domain controller: Allow vulnerable Netlogon secure channel connections"
So i understand that this will bypass the enforcement.
However, if the "Non-Compliant" device is not a windows device, i will assume that the GPO will not work for these devices. So when in enforcement phase, for these such non windows devices that is still using vulnerable netlogon connection, there
is no workaround right? Either get vendor to provide a fix or decommission?

Thanks DM.

DM

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Hi,
I have  the  issue with Windows 1709 - 1703  - 1511  and Dell Computers (5580 5540) with tpm 2.0 UEFI BIOS, the same issue with tpm 1.2 on Latitude 5580
We try to update the bios and tpm but they d'ont resolve the problem
Since a long time, we use a startup script to enforce bitlocker encryption to all corporate computers (300)
 we always get an error code 2147943714 (Converted 0×80070522 -> A required privilege is not held by the client) when wanting to add TPM protector.
It happens with WMI 
$ProtectionState = Get-WmiObject -Namespace ROOT\CIMV2\Security\Microsoftvolumeencryption -Class Win32_encryptablevolume -Filter "DriveLetter = '$DriveLetter'"
$ProtectorKeyWithTPM = $protectionState.ProtectKeyWithTPM("ProtectWithTPM")
and Manage-bde
$p = Start-Process manage-bde -ArgumentList "-protectors -add C: -TPM" -wait -NoNewWindow -PassThru
The powershell script works when executed by local administrator.
For me,  the, localsystem account don't have necessary privilege to add TPM protector....
Could you explicitlly list all privileges needs to add TPM protector to be sure that localsystem account have them.
Sorry for my bad english
Thanks for your help.

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SEP 12.1 RU6 MP6 and earlier as well as SEP 14.1 MP1 are vulnerable as per CVE-2016-9093, CVE-2016-9094

Users running SEP 12.1 are advised to upgrade to SEP12.1 RU6 MP7. Users running SEP 14.1 are advised to update to SEP 14.1 MP1
 

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In my normal user account (belonging to Users group) I maintain a folder with a bunch of convenient administrative shortcuts, which run certain applications under "Administrator" account through 'runas' utility. Each shortcut's command line looks as


Code:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /user:Administrator /savecred "<command line>"
Before update to version 1511 all my shortcuts were working fine. After the update most of them suddenly stopped working. Namely, running mmc shortcuts, like


Code:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /user:Administrator /savecred "mmc compmgmt.msc"
produces error "740: The requested operation requires elevation".

Control panel shortcuts like


Code:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /user:Administrator /savecred "control appwiz.cpl"
generate a message box


Code:
::{26EE0668-A00A-44D7-9371-BEB064C98683}\0\::{7B81BE6A-CE2B-4676-A29E-EB907A5126C5}
Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.

Some applications continue to work, some don't. SysInternal's Autoruns works fine. Far Manager doesn't suffer from it either. But CPU-Z shortcut


Code:
C:\Windows\System32\runas.exe /user:Administrator /savecred "C:\Utils\CPU-Z\cpuz_x64.exe"
also fails with "740: The requested operation requires elevation".

Is the something I can change (policy etc.) to restore the pre-1511 behavior?

A:Updated to 1511: "740: The requested operation requires elevation"

Hello AndreyT,

I can confirm this strange behaviour!
If I want to start an elevated commandbox with "runas" under the local administrator, a commandbox opens, but it
definitely does not provide administrative rights. The behaviour is the same when I use the local administrator to log on: the account does not have "real administrative" rights anymore, although everything indicates that the account is the local administrator!

The only way to start an elevated commandbox is to select the option from the start menu.
The problem does not occur on a complete fresh installed Windows 10 1511, that's for sure.

It cannot believe it, but Microsoft is able to destroy Windows with nearly every update!
Why for the hell does "an update" a fresh Windows install?
Nothing else is Windows 10 1511, a fresh Windows install that transfers some data! That's useless!
I had to reinstall for example VirtualBox and all my certificates have disappeared.
The Windows 10 1511 "update" is similar to an upgrade from Windows 8 to 10!!!

It would be nice, if someone could offer a workaround for that strange "elevated commandline bug".

Regards,
Tupac

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